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's remoy. looking potentially at tax hikes, at changing the way people can retire over there, potential wage freezes. but anybody who's looking to see if the plan is credible says you've got to attack pensions, and that's just going to feed the mood that we saw in those protests this week. >> we've seen protests this week, we've seen certain of the states significant protests. of course, many of them have already received aid. there was an 18 billion euro aid package available to them. you've already increased the value-added tax significantly over there. there's an interesting story today in "the new york times." about carrots being sold as opposed to tickets because they are not taxed in the same way. it gets back to this balance, carl, of austerity growth and how much you can politically get done and kind of meet your master's demands. >> yes. >> that being the rest of europe, particularly germany without fomenting true public unrest. >> fresh data on spain, bank deposits down again. i think the lowest level since 2008. you couple that with just the images of people eating out of dum
in both cities. more cuts in government spending and higher taxes as they try to balance their budgets. michelle caruso-cabrera joins us this morning. ft calls this a step toward a full blown constitutional crisis in spain. why now? >> absolutely. when it comes to spain, why now? there's going to be a new budget announced tomorrow. that's expected to have new austerity measures that many spanish citizens won't like. in greece, any day now we'll hear what new cuts they will be making there. this was scene in greece a little more than an hour ago as thousands of striking union members descended on the main square in athens in front of the parliament. once again, tear gas used to disperse the crowds. police beating some of the protesters who refused to move. at one point it looked like the national guard might go up in flames. things have calmed down. on to madrid last night, where thousands there surrounded the parliament there as well, chanted phrases like "let us in," "we want to evict you." police did use rubber bullets and we watch live as they beat some protesters. as you mentioned
eliminating a tax break for buying a new home which does seem to go against what you might anticipate given they're still trying to, they had a housing bubble like we did but are not on the other side of it yet. >> timothy geithner, i don't know if anybody remembers, the vociferous nature with which he said if you questioned his stress test, listen, this is 1932 numbers. you don't know anything about what we're doing. yeah. turned out he was completely right. >> we got the expletive. >> this is a family oriented show because the kids are all home watching us instead of going to show. >> all right. how do you end the third quarter on a profitable note? find out from cramer. his mad dash is next. meet the head of the blackberry mak maker's fan club. let's take a look at futures as we head to the last trading session of the week and for the quarter looking at a down open. with the fidelity stock screener, you can try strategies from independent experts and see what criteria they use. such as a 5% yield on dividend-paying stocks. then you can customize the strategies and narrow down to exactly
, if the dividend rate goes up to the marginal income tax rate, this market will give back some of the rally and it will limit the upside for next year. >> is there a point at which you see obama in the polls and you say actually now i believe that we are going to get the tax hikes and the market should fall? there must be a watershed quite soon as we head towards particularly what happens in the house and the senate. >> our focus has been on the senate. we think that's what's going to mostly influence the outcome. i hope there's appetite to see the rates low. i don't see a benefit from raising them. i would call a coin toss on the senate outcome. but wiser minds will see the wisdom of helping the fed in its efforts to stimulate asset prices by not onerously raising taxes on the most important asset class other than homes. >> have you actually calculated a number? you said it would give back some of the rally. but is there a number or a percentage? >> 12-month price target is 1,500. we've written in our research that 1,600 would be a reasonable 2013 end. i need to see an acceleration in glob
frequency trading has destroyed a lot. >> and suggesting you tax intraday trades 50%, trades less than a minute, 100%, that would cut down on it in a hurry. >> no one wants to put the genie this the bottle, meaning financial engineering. the s.e.c. has been disgraceful. it's almost like when the interstate commerce came in, completely owned by the refs. like a cuban, like a cooperman, and they are not going to because i think they are captured. >> all right. let's check on bob pisani. i think he may be in that crowd of lifelock. >> yes, we are right here. the ceo is right here behind me. it's still a little early. i think we have a few moments before it's going to open. price talk is well above that. let me talk about where the markets are because a lot of chatter about the fact that the markets look like they are stalled and kind of running out of steam. there's been a lot of talk that we've had the positive ism. market is not doing much. obviously the question is about the spanish aid request. that moves the markets around on an intraday basis. a lot of people trying to position oh t
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